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An interactive music session with the refugee torture survivor collective.

Join refugee torture survivor collective Stone Flowers for an interactive session showcasing their brand new music video The Rush is on Pause, created by Stone Flowers member and professional videographer Maz. Meet survivors from around the world who will share music games and exercises to reduce stress, teach you their new songs in different languages and talk to you about why music is important in their life. They look forward to meeting you!

To preserve the performers' privacy in their home countries, please do not take or share any pictures or screenshots of this performance.

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A multi-purpose creative space for Sheffield’s underground community, run by social enterprise RiteTrax. Events span genres, often going to the extremes of music. Their recent crowdfunder raised £6,000 to make improvements – so watch this space!